MARCH’S full moon – known as the Worm Moon – has been captured climbing behind London’s Tower Bridge.
The Moon name refers to the earthworms that start to appear as the soil warms in spring.
It was visible in Britain’s clear skies on Friday night and into the early hours of Saturday.
Keen amateur astrophotographer Dawid Glawdzin sat on the edge of the River Thames to capture the once-a-year phenomenon.
He said he is over the Moon with his masterpiece.